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Honda are making steady progress on road to Formula 1 comeback

Honda are making steady progress on road to Formula 1 comeback 7 February, 2014 Honda power returns to F1 next year Japanese automaker Honda said reported that it is making steady progress toward its return to Formula 1  in 2015 with McLaren. Honda announcerd last year it would rejoin the European-dominated sport as an engine supplier to British team McLaren in a bid to revive their championship-winning partnership. 'The company is making steady progress in developing the power unit,' Honda said in a statement outlining its motorsports strategy for 2014. The company is establishing its European base for F1 activity in Milton Keynes, 80 kilometres northwest of London, to rebuild and...
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